North Dalmatia

North Dalmatia centers on the ancient port city of Zadar, with its Roman monuments and contemporary art installations. From here, you can take a yacht charter down a beautiful stretch of the Adriatic coast and out to the surrounding islands.

North Dalmatia is home to several National Parks. For sailing, the leading destination is Kornati National Park, with its countless rocky islets and pristine sea. You can also sail up to Skradin to explore Krka National Park, with its dramatic waterfalls. On the other hand, if you like hiking and climbing, you should head for the canyons of Paklenica National Park.

Kornati Islands

Kornati Islands
The Kornati Islands archipelago lies in North Dalmatia, approximately midway between the mainland ports of Zadar and Šibenik. The Kornati National Park consists of over 80 islands, islets, and reefs,...

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Pag

Pag
Pag in North Dalmatia is the fifth-largest island in Croatia. Rocky and arid, it offers moon-like landscapes - sparse pastures with fragrant herbs, grazed by hardy sheep. This unique island...

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Sibenik

Sibenik
Sibenik is the third-largest city in Dalmatia. It is built into a steep hillside, overlooking sheltered waters, where the Krka River flows into the Adriatic. Sibenik's charming Old Town has...

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Zadar

Zadar
Zadar is the main city in North Dalmatia. Founded by the Romans on a small peninsula, it offers ancient ruins, magnificent medieval churches, and contemporary art installations. Its stone alleys...

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Climate

Northern Dalmatia has some of the most pleasant days during the months of May, September, and October. At this time the average temperatures are between 68°F and 77°F. July and August are the warmest months while January is the coldest month with an average high temperature of 50°F.

You'll experience the most precipitation in January, October, November, and December have a high chance of precipitation. July is the driest (and sunniest) month.

Places to See

Visited the mainland city of Sibenik, home to a UNESCO-listed cathedral and several fortresses. And don't miss the North Dalmatian island of Pag, with its moon-like landscape and delicious sheep's cheese.

Gastronomy

Dalmatian gastronomy, along the coast and on the islands, is based on a tradition of healthy Mediterranean cuisine with fruits and vegetables, olive oil, fish, wine, goat and sheep cheese, and almonds.

Foods are cooked simply with preparation methods such as baking and grilling using fresh ingredients and mild spices.

Marinas

ACI Marina Šimuni, Pag. Sea berths for 200 boats. The marina has a restaurant, grocery store, nautical shop, and boat service. This well-protected marina is open all year.

Marina Borik. Upscale marina in Zadar, in the Fratara bay with sea berths for 185 boats. Two breakwaters protect the marina from all winds. The marina also has a restaurant/bar and swimming pool with a view of the Old City and nearby islands.

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